To many, success is obvious. It’s a life that includes a nice car, fine home, impressive job, and attractive spouse. Yet, people with all of these things aren’t any happier than those with less impressive lives. It’s because all of those achievements only serve to impress others. They do little to enhance the quality of your life.
Those with large homes still spend 80% of their time in just a couple of rooms. A $20,000 car provides just as reliable transportation as an $80,000 car. Even the most attractive people can become tiresome after a short period of time.
Success in the western world is too focused on showing off to your friends, family, and neighbors. It doesn’t focus on what will make you happy. You can’t find happiness by trying to impress others. You only show yourself that your own interests aren’t important.
Redefine success with your own definition:
- What is your passion?
- What do you like to do?
- How much free time do you want to have?
- Consider the end of your life, what do you want people to remember about you, what do you hope you have accomplished?
Truly, a successful life is one that allows you to accomplish or experience those things you consider to be most important. Those accomplishments won’t be the same for everyone. Avoid allowing society to determine the definition of success. Decide what is most important to you and then create a life that supports those things.
Pursuing society’s definition of success will result in confusion, resentment, and disenchantment. Be brave enough to find your own path. Let me help you get started on your path to success. Sign up below for my free training !! Trust me you don’t want to miss this